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Middle & Late Archaic Faunal & Floral Exploitation at the Weber I Site (20SA581), MI

Part of the Weber I Site, MI (20SA581) project

Author(s): Beverley Smith ; Kathryn Egan-Bruhy

Year: 1990

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Summary

The paper summarizes the faunal and floral remains for the Middle and Late Archaic Zones at the Weber I site as these occupations inform subsistence, seasonality, and palaeoecological reconstruction. Figures illustrate maps of spatial distribution of remains. Paper includes description of geographic setting, site description, recovery strategy, and analytic methodology.


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Middle & Late Archaic Faunal & Floral Exploitation at the Weber I Site (20SA581), MI. Beverley Smith, Kathryn Egan-Bruhy. Ontario Archaeology. 50: 39-54. 1990 ( tDAR id: 399427) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8TQ62WR


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Temporal Coverage

Radiocarbon Date: 3100 to 2880 (2990+/-110 RCYBP; Uncalibrated; Occupation Zone 1; Feature 226; BETA5473; charcoal)

Radiocarbon Date: 5017 to 4901 (4959+/-58 RCYBP; Uncalibrated; Occupation Zone 2; sheet midden; D-AMS020948; calcined bone)

Radiocarbon Date: 3050 to 2930 (2990+/-60 RCYBP; Uncalibrated; Occupation Zone 1; Feature 227; BETA5474; charcoal)

Radiocarbon Date: 6420 to 6040 (6230 +-/190 RCYBP; Uncalibrated; Occupation Zone 2; bone concentration; BETA6804; calcined bone)

Radiocarbon Date: 4760 to 4360 (4560 +/-200 RCYBP; Uncalibrated; Occupation Zone 2; Feature 233; SI5596; charcoal)

Radiocarbon Date: 2980 to 2840 (2910+/-70 RCYBP; Uncalibrated; Occupation Zone 1; Feature 201;BETA5472; charcoal)


Spatial Coverage

min long: -83.771; min lat: 43.308 ; max long: -83.744; max lat: 43.356 ;

Individual & Institutional Roles

Contact(s): Beverley Smith


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Arizona State University The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation National Science Foundation National Endowment for the Humanities Society for American Archaeology Archaeological Institute of America